Sunday, June 9, 2013

ring size measuring

How to size a ring?

If you don't know your size at all, it's not a bad idea to visit your local jeweler.
Using an instrument known as a "mandrel" they can measure your existing ring, or try different rings until they find your size.

If you're unable to go to the jeweler, that's not actually a problem, as we offer a few ways to do measure ring size at home.

1. If you already know your ring size in a different measurement then the US scale, feel free to use our friendly ring size conversion chart:

Ring size chart
2. You can always use the great ring size tool we have in our website which will allow you to print a chart that can be used to measure an existing ring. note that thicker rings translate to larger ring sizes.

Regardless, most common women rings are between 3 to 9, and all jewelers will be able to adjust rings by about 2 sizes without damaging or hurting anything regarding the design of the ring.

Hopes this helps!
Regards,
The Glogowski diamonds team.